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Old 05-24-2014, 12:56 AM   #76
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This could be the greatest thread in the last 10 years
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Old 05-24-2014, 03:48 AM   #77
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Male bovine are called "bulls" -- or "steers" (if they've been neutered). All "cows" are female.
Oops. That reminds me of that cartoon on Nickelodeon my little cousin used to watch where all the bulls walked around with a huge udder. Never quite understood that one.
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Old 05-24-2014, 03:59 AM   #78
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So last night CBS Sport Channel was running college paintball championship. When did paintball because a official NCAA club sport?
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Old 05-24-2014, 04:21 AM   #79
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Oops. That reminds me of that cartoon on Nickelodeon my little cousin used to watch where all the bulls walked around with a huge udder. Never quite understood that one.
-- well bulls do have "something" huge hanging down between their hind legs, but it sure as hell isn't udders.
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you joined 8 months ago, but ok
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Old 05-24-2014, 07:04 AM   #82
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you joined 8 months ago, but ok
Maybe a 10 year lurker? I've been lurking since 2009-2010 until I finally had to start posting. I see guys on here that have been members since 2003 with like 200 posts. Often times when they do post, its like, "why did you wait for 2 years to post THAT?"
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Maybe a 10 year lurker? I've been lurking since 2009-2010 until I finally had to start posting. I see guys on here that have been members since 2003 with like 200 posts. Often times when they do post, its like, "why did you wait for 2 years to post THAT?"
If he was truly a lurker he'd know about the Ring of Fame threads and the 100s of other FAR better threads that are regularly bumped here like the Myrtle Beach and Ghostbusters threads.
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-- well bulls do have "something" huge hanging down between their hind legs, but it sure as hell isn't udders.
Now THAT would have made for an interesting cartoon.
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Old 05-24-2014, 07:23 AM   #85
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As god as my witness, I thought chickens could fly. Mine cannot. Best they do is a decelerating crash to the ground from their elevated coop.
Practical how-to advice for raising chickens in virtually any backyard!

Raising chickens on a small scale is a popular–and growing–pastime.
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I don't know if this helps at all but I remember going to a friends ranch and saying in front of his family that female cows don have horns. The silence was deafening. Then the laughter started. Just as humiliating to think about now as it was 20 years ago.

But ****, at least I knew chickens couldn't fly. jk
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If chickens can't fly how the hell did they get in this tree;


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Old 05-24-2014, 07:40 AM   #88
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Maybe the climb the tree at night and repeal down in the morning.

Or maybe there is a trampoline beside the tree and they just bounce up in the tree.

This guy is way up there, maybe he is the chicken cannon ball?



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Old 05-24-2014, 07:43 AM   #89
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Great, humiliation pile on 20 years after the fact.
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If chickens can't fly how the hell did they get in this tree;
We're not talking about el pollo, not only can they fly buy they can kick your ass.
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We're not talking about el pollo, not only can they fly buy they can kick your ass.
Ya here in Mexico we have to climb the trees to get our eggs.

... and risk losing an eye to a vicious chicken peck

They even have a chicken gang - El Pollo Loco

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Think I'm going to go see Ricky Lee Jones at The Oriental Theatre on Thursday. Not much of an idea wnat to expect. Maybe Chuck E. Weiss will show up.
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Practical how-to advice for raising chickens in virtually any backyard!

Raising chickens on a small scale is a popular–and growing–pastime.
I don't think people are allowed to grow chickens just anywhere. Most cities will not allow people to grow chickens in their backyard because of how filthy they are. In fact, most cities, even small towns have laws against this stuff for a reason, that is, it's been a problem in the past so now there a laws against people just raising livestock in the back yard.
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and young cows are heifers!
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I keep planting eggs in my backyard, but can't get chickens to grow. How long do they take to come up?

Maybe I have poor soil.
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I keep planting eggs in my backyard, but can't get chickens to grow. How long do they take to come up?

Maybe I have poor soil.
depending how you plant the egg the chicken will grow up or down. You may have a bunch of suffocated chickens in your back yard.
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depending how you plant the egg the chicken will grow up or down. You may have a bunch of suffocated chickens in your back yard.
If I want to plant properly, should the rounder end or the more pointy end of the egg be pointed up? Also, is there a way to grow flying 3rd world chickens within the borders of the continental US?
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I keep planting eggs in my backyard, but can't get chickens to grow. How long do they take to come up?

Maybe I have poor soil.
Try using Miracle Grow.
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Practical how-to advice for raising chickens in virtually any backyard!

Raising chickens on a small scale is a popular–and growing–pastime.
I wonder how Von Miller's chicken farm is coming along. He was pretty excited about chickens. I haven't heard anything since last summer when he was pretty excited about getting his first chickens. He was pretty excited about it.

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If I want to plant properly, should the rounder end or the more pointy end of the egg be pointed up? Also, is there a way to grow flying 3rd world chickens within the borders of the continental US?
Well there is your problem you are planting them in the shell.


As for flying chickens only the eggs with visas will work.
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